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Bruce Boxleitner and Guest - The Beverly Hilton Hotel was the venue for the 4th Annual American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards which saw a variety of stars attend in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 27th September 2014

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Bruce Boxleitner and Guest
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Bruce Boxleitner and Guest

Bruce Boxleitner - Hallmark Television Critics Association Winter 2014 Party at the historic Huntington Library - San Marino, California, United States - Sunday 12th January 2014

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Bruce Boxleitner and Marilu Henner
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Bruce Boxleitner - 23rd Annual Night Of 100 Stars Black Tie Dinner Viewing Gala at the Beverly Hills Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 24th February 2013

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Bruce Boxleitner Wednesday 22nd February 2012 Premiere of Walt Disney Pictures' 'John Carter' at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live

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Tron: Legacy Review


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It's fairly safe to say that most of the fans of this long-awaited sequel won't have been born when the original Tron was released in 1982. With the derivative story and direction, the whizzy effects are its only calling card.

After his computer-genius father Flynn (Bridges) disappeared, Sam (Hedlund) grew up not wanting anything to do with Dad's business. But when the company shifts priorities, he takes action. This sparks a message from Flynn's business partner (Boxleitner) that sends Sam investigating the old arcade game Tron.

Suddenly, Sam is zapped into his father's cyberworld, where he has to battle to stay alive. And when he finds his now-old dad, he teams up with the hot Quorra (Wilde) to defeat the evil leader Clu (a digital young Bridges) and get home.

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Tron: Legacy Trailer


Sam Flynn's father disappeared when he was 2 years old, now 25 years on he decides to look into the occurrence, according to his father's friends, Kevin would never have left his Sam in the way he did.

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Marla Maples and Bruce Boxleitner - Marla Maples and Bruce Boxleitner Los Angeles, California - 'A Night Of Honor' to benefit the Iraq Star Foundation at the Universal City Hilton Sunday 4th October 2009

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Marla Maples

Tron Review


Good
Back in 1982, special effects never seemed more assured. In 2000, they look downright hokey. Disneyfied. And in fact, for its 20th anniversary reissue on DVD, Tron still looks pretty darn goofy, though it's easy to appreciate it as a pioneering work of its era.

In the film, Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner are largely forgettable in flourescent paint and blacklighting as they stumble their way inside the computer to foil the evil Master Control Program. You see, in Tron, computer programs actually take on sentience, fighting for supremacy in the belly of the machine, often as gladiators. That might explain why my system crashes so much. Bridges, though, plays a human, digitized with a laser and inserted into the machine where he does battle with his own creations -- which ultimately turns out to be the biggest letdown, as the MCP is a big red cylinder with a face reminiscent of the Kool-Aid Man.

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The Perfect Nanny Review


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Never mind the knife: The hot number on the cover of The Perfect Nanny DVD is the perfect nanny.

Alas, I don't know who that chick is, but it sure ain't Tracy Nelson, who stars as a mental hospital escapee who subsequently masquerades as a nanny. And poor widower Bruce Boxleitner is totally clueless about our nanny's ultraviolent streak, even after body #5 turns up. Why all the rage? Nelson's nanny is obsessed with cheesy romance novels, and she's looking for an idyllic life like the ones found in those pages. Of course, she's a bit off-kilter, so her plan to marry the rich doctor falls apart in relatively short order.

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Gods & Generals Review


Weak

If the 3 hour and 49 minute Civil War epic "Gods and Generals" is any indication, the Union and the Confederate armies must have talked each other to death.

The movie has, at most, five scattered minutes of story addressing the political issues that split the nation in 1861. It has maybe 30 minutes of battle scenes and another 15 focused exclusively on Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's pneumonia.

The balance of the picture is spent on florid speeches, polemic pontifications and protracted prayers, extensively detailed attack plans, scene after scene exploring the marriages of its military icons, and passing mentions of slavery (which apparently no one in this Southern army actually favored), while largely ignoring the other more direct causes of the war.

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Tron: Legacy Movie Review

Tron: Legacy Movie Review

It's fairly safe to say that most of the fans of this long-awaited sequel won't...

Tron: Legacy Trailer

Tron: Legacy Trailer

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Gods & Generals Movie Review

Gods & Generals Movie Review

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